Search for South African craft beer near your from the ever growing list of craft brewers. Although that list is still CraftBru’s pride and joy, it’s less useful for quickly determining what’s nearby.
Previously considered a barren month for craft beer festivals, recent Decembers have not let us down.
Devils Peak was one of the first craft beer manufacturers in South Africa to embrace the technology world by installing Gap-Tech’s Smart Draught Management Solution.
In addition to the national-level Liquor Amendment Bill currently in the public comment phase, is the Western Cape Alcohol Harms Reduction Policy Green Paper, also up for public comment.
The draft Liquor Amendment Bill (which will become the Liquor Amendment Act, 2016 should it go through) was published on 30 September 2016 with a 30-day window for comments from the public.
Scratch the itch of a craft beer bug bite, by joining a homebrewing club. But where oh where in South Africa can you find such a thing? Your Brother in Beer went digging.
If yourliver took a beating inSeptember, then watch out for the 8 beer festivalscoming your wayaround South Africa in October!
Ah, skunk. A not so humble American native that always reminds me of aratel, except that instead of being a bad-ass die-hard, its best defence is an offence.
It’s a phenomenon. South African craft beer festivals in September that, like the blossoms of spring, sprout after what was an exceptionally festival arid August. This article, first published in September 2013, has been updated for the exciting month of September 2016.
So, you’ve brewed an awesome beer and, in a haze of euphoria, imagine doing it for a living. The question arises, should I start a craft brewery in South Africa? You start looking for information…
At some point in every homebrewer’s life, usually shortly after her first all-grain brew, the inevitable question arises: what can I do with spent grain?
I was having a little braai on Monday instead of cooking – because why not? The decision was made to make roosterkoek instead of the usual braai bread.